AH McIntosh Extendable Teak Dining Table
Extendable dining table designed during the 60s, in the Scottish city of Kirkcaldy by the AH Mcintosh & Co. seal. Furniture in teak wood, which emphasizes the beauty of simplicity, with stylized lines that give it a light appearance and very elegant. It shows a board with a stylized convex cut on its long sides (varying in depth from 82 to 72 cm), mentioning the decorative detail in the form of a fine projecting molding, like a cord, that traces its entire profile. It has a seam in the middle point, which reveals an individual sheet (resting under the slats of the table) giving us the possibility of extending it up to 152 cm in length.
After being completely restored, it has been able to recover its good original state, both structural and aesthetic (only mentioning a slight "stubbornness" in one of the tops when opening it to extend the table).
And remember: ideal table for four people and extended for six when the covid disappears ;)
L: 114 cm P: 82 cm D: 74 cm